Dream Work with Adults: Exploring the First Experience WORKSHOP (Online)
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Through experiential activity and clinical cases, Hannah Hennebert will lead us on an in-depth exploration of the dynamics at play when adults first experience and engage in dream work. Dreaming is a mental activity involving cognition, emotion, and developmental processes. Focusing on dreams as a therapeutic intervention may increase self-awareness and promote mental health. Discover the liberating clinical perspective that can emerge when we acknowledge that how clients feel about doing dream work — how they react to it, what thoughts and feelings become associated to the work — is just as important as the dream itself.
This livestreaming program can be taken from home or anywhere with an internet connection. If you register, you will be emailed viewing instructions either the evening before or the morning of the event. Please be sure to check “spam” and “junk” folders!
This class will be recorded. Recordings will be available for registered students, and only upon request.
Recordings are not available for purchase after the program ends.
All times are CDT. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Please register early. Programs with four or fewer participants are subject to cancellation, 48 hours prior to their start.
About the instructor
Hannah holds a Ph.D. degree in Psychology with concentration in Jungian Studies from Saybrook University, and an M.A. in Counseling from Eastern Mennonite University. She has presented at several conferences in the USA, South America and Europe. Hannah has international experience working with populations in situations of social vulnerability and developed a method to work with Latino populations called C.A.S.A. Dr. Hennebert’s integrative therapeutic approach includes neuroscience and depth psychology, as well as techniques based on Mindfulness.
Date & time
9 - 11am
Number of sessions
Continuing Education Units